Each month, the Global Oncology Program invites experts from the global oncology field to share their perspectives and expertise.
Dr. Karen Lawford: An Indigenous perspective on the context of your work
Dr. Verna Vanderpuye: Underrepresented cancer research areas in Africa
Dr. Karen Yeates: Towards a better understanding of Cultural Safety and Indigenous Health Paradigms
Dr. Chris Booth: The Emperor Has No Clothes
Dr. Andre Gouveia: Access to Radiotherapy in Brazil
Dr. Rebecca DeBoer: Improving Patient Prioritization for Limited Radiotherapy Resources: Lessons Learned from a Mixed Methods Study in Rwanda
Dr. Melinda Mushonga: Breast Cancer Research in Zimbabwe: Perspective on patterns of care in a LLMIC setting
Dr. Sumit Gupta: Improving Childhood Cancer Outcomes in Low- and Middle-Income Countries through Advocacy, Policy, and Research
Dr. Temidayo Fadelu: Improving Breast Cancer Care in Resource-limited Settings: Examples from Haiti and Rwanda
Dr. Danielle Rodin: Advancing Global Cancer Control through Academic Medical Centres: An institutional experience
Dr. Fidel Rubagumya: Barriers to Oncology Drug Access in Sub-Saharan Africa
Dr. Ophira Ginsburg: The U.S. NCI Center for Global Health - An Overview
Dr. Rosalyn Juergens: The Haves and Have Nots: Barriers to Access Systemic Treatment Across Health Care Systems
Dr. Ajay Aggarwal: Designing Cancer Services: Does policy translate to improvement in outcomes?